Tracy Phillips Estates
Positioned along one of the most desirables lanes in the village of Shevington, this interesting Edwardian semi detached home offers amazing potential, spacious accommodation, and a huge rear garden. The semi-detached home has been in the current family's ownership for nearly 40 years and is full of period features. It is within walking distance of the small village of Shevington and equally within walking distance of the train station at Gathurst. Offering a generous 1893 sq ft of accommodation this property offers amazing scope for any client looking to have a blank canvas to work with, and even potential for a further dwelling due to the size of the plot (of course, subject to any necessary planning consents) but does require refurbishment. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance vestibule leading into the impressive hallway, complete with original and wide staircase leading to the first floor. There are two large reception rooms with the main living room to the front of the home featuring a walk-in bay, curved wall, shelved alcoves and central fireplace. The second reception room is situated at the rear of the home and again features a central fireplace and French doors leading straight into the garden. The kitchen positioned at the rear of the property also leads directly into the spacious garden and is fitted with a range of wall and base units, with a handy utility area leading off. There is also an understairs storage cupboard. The first floor provides four super bedrooms, some with the original and beautiful corniced ceilings, with three doubles and a single, and the family bathroom. Externally, this handsome home doesn't quite show the generous, mature rear garden from the roadside. There is excellent off-road parking to the front of the home, positioned behind a red brick wall, with double gates leading to the rear garden. The rear garden has the benefit of not being overlooked and is mostly laid to lawn however is an amazing size. There is a wooden Summer House within the grounds. Shevington is a small village, offering a range of shops and facilities, a local park and good schools. There are great transport links for the commuter and a friendly village awaits with beautiful walks in Crooke Woods and along the nearby Leeds/Liverpool canal. Viewings of this super home, brimming with potential are now welcomed. It is also offered with the benefit of no onward chain. Positioned along one of the most desirables lanes in the village of Shevington, this interesting Edwardian semi detached home offers amazing potential, spacious accommodation, and a huge rear garden. The semi-detached home has been in the current family's ownership for nearly 40 years and is full of period features. It is within walking distance of the small village of Shevington and equally within walking distance of the train station at Gathurst. Offering a generous 1893 sq ft of accommodation this property offers amazing scope for any client looking to have a blank canvas to work with, and even potential for a further dwelling due to the size of the plot (of course, subject to any necessary planning consents) but does require refurbishment. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance vestibule leading into the impressive hallway, complete with original and wide staircase leading to the first floor. There are two large reception rooms with the main living room to the front of the home featuring a walk-in bay, curved wall, shelved alcoves and central fireplace. The second reception room is situated at the rear of the home and again features a central fireplace and French doors leading straight into the garden. The kitchen positioned at the rear of the property also leads directly into the spacious garden and is fitted with a range of wall and base units, with a handy utility area leading off. There is also an understairs storage cupboard. The first floor provides four super bedrooms, some with the original and beautiful corniced ceilings, with three doubles and a single, and the family bathroom. Externally, this handsome home doesn't quite show the generous, mature rear garden from the roadside. There is excellent off-road parking to the front of the home, positioned behind a red brick wall, with double gates leading to the rear garden. The rear garden has the benefit of not being overlooked and is mostly laid to lawn however is an amazing size. There is a wooden Summer House within the grounds. Shevington is a small village, offering a range of shops and facilities, a local park and good schools. There are great transport links for the commuter and a friendly village awaits with beautiful walks in Crooke Woods and along the nearby Leeds/Liverpool canal. Viewings of this super home, brimming with potential are now welcomed. It is also offered with the benefit of no onward chain.
Floorplan for Gathurst Lane, Shevington, Wigan
EPC Graph for Gathurst Lane, Shevington, Wigan
  • Edwardian Semi Detached Property
  • Many Period Features
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Large Garden to the Rear
  • In Need of Refurbishment

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